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Enhanced ground proximity warning system
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Mark V and Mark VII EGPWS Pilot's Guide
The new Long Landing and airborne only Distance Remaining
alerts are generated when the following conditions are met:
The Long Landing Monitor function is enabled using the
RCD. This function requires that RAAS be enabled. None of
the Advisories or cautions need be enabled, but the RAAS
processing must be running. When enabled, the Long Landing
Monitor function operates automatically, without any action
required from the flight crew.
In addition to the aural annunciations provided, visual text
annunciations can also be overlaid on the terrain display for a
period of time when the monitor condition is entered. The visual
annunciation may be enabled or disabled via the RCD. If
configured to do so, the EGPWS presents the text string "LONG
LANDING" or "DEEP LANDING" overlaid on top of the terrain
image upon activation of the aural. The text is centered on the
display. The text will remain on the display until any one of the
following conditions exists: configured timer expires (typically
16 seconds), range on the terrain display is changed, a new voice
Terrain/Obstacle caution or warning condition exists.
Inhibit of the Long Landing Monitor function via an external
cockpit selection may be configured.
System inoperative messages may be indicated as required using
existing inoperative indications. The Long Landing Monitor
inoperative status will be indicated during the EGPWS Self-Test
if the monitor is enabled via the RCD and the status indicates the
function is inoperative.
Crew briefing for landing on a runway with a temporary
displaced threshold should include the potential Long Landing
alert and appropriate use of inhibit control if available. Note, use
of inhibit control will also inhibit the Long Landing Distance
Remaining callouts.
Rev H, August 2011
"6000 Remaining"
"Deep Landing"
Touchdown Zone
Specified in RCD
i.e., 2000' or 25% runway length
from runway approach end
• Aircraft is within 100 feet AGL, over a customer specified
distance from the runway end;
• Aircraft is airborne above 5 feet AGL, or weight on
wheels is false
"5000 Remaining"
Deep Landing Distance
Remaining Callouts
"3000 Remaining"
"2000 Remaining"
"1000 Remaining"
Regular Distance Remaining
Smart Landing

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